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Top 5 Recommendations For Your Business Facebook Page
Keep your posts short, sweet and relevant to your business. If you're a fitness instructor, post articles on how to get fit & healthy. Learn how to grab attention without cluttering newsfeeds with irrelevant articles and videos.
Stay away from controversial hot button topics. No politics or religion. Be kind. This holds true for business people posting on their personal page as well. Don't turn off potential customers with political rants. Block racist and misogynist posts.
Don't waste people's time. Frequent boring posts are a great way to get unfollowed or blocked. Again, keep the posts interesting, original and applicable to your business. Delete expired posts to keep your page fresh and easily accessible.
Photos should be bright and beautiful. Your chef just made the most beautiful burger EVER and you've decided to run a special that evening. So don't take a dark, muddy-looking picture of the burger that you snapped with your cellphone. Show it some love. Take several different shots and pick the best one. Pay attention to lighting. Brighten and color correct the photo as needed. You'll do your brand more harm with a bad photo than no photo at all. Remember to edit videos down to hold everyone's attention — short and sweet!
Last but not least, maybe your business doesn't really need a Facebook page! If you own a Pest Control company, it's pretty likely you won't get many followers. If someone needs pest control, they'll find you via your website. Just mention your business occasionally on your personal page (and refer them to your website) to remind friends and family who to call when they need your services. If you don't have a personal page, maybe it's time to reach out and start networking. We're here to help!
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